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Systematic Paris-Region is an innovation and technology cluster dedicated to digital and software with more than 800 key players from industry, SMEs and science. Through its nine Technology Groups, Systematic Paris-Region manages a whole ecosystem to stimulate collaborative innovation and growth at the intersection between 8 technological markets with a strong social dimension (Transport, Energy, Telecoms, Security, Health, Smart Cities, Information Systems and the Factories of the Future) and 2 areas of technology (Free & Open Source Software and Complex Systems).
Through these Technology Groups, Systematic Paris-Region deploys its expertise to encourage collaborative innovation, increase the attractiveness of the region, and support export initiatives. To date, Systematic Paris-Region has facilitated the development of nearly 510 R&D projects, representing an overall R&D investment of approximately 2.6 billion € and a total of 950 million € in subsidies from the French State, development agencies and territorial bodies.
Systematic stands on an ecosystem made of 800 members from Industry and Academia which represent more than 35 000 jobs in the fields covered by the Cluster. The Cluster’s objectives towards SME consist in contributing to the emergence of global leaders and consolidating existing SMEs.
This strategic positioning puts the Cluster in command of key technologies in optics, electronics and software that will become part of tomorrow’s systems. Systematic focuses on six Working Groups sharing strategic visions and monitoring collaborative R&D projects: Automotive & Transports, Digital Trust & Security, Systems Design & Development Tools, Telecoms, Free & Open Source Software and Smart Energy Management.
Accredited as a “World Class” cluster by the French Government in 2005, Systematic is awarded “Cluster Organisation Management excellence Label Gold” and is a member of EIT ICT Labs (nodes: Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, Helsinki and Trento).
Systematic has opened technological hubs for the benefit of its members in key places on the globe: USA (Boston-Cambridge, MIT), China (Beijing, Z-Park), Tunisia (Tunis, Technopark Elgazala), India (Bangalore) with a view to:
Accredited as a “World class” cluster by the French Government, Systematic focuses its development on European and international scene on three priorities: attract capital and talents to the Paris Region; help laboratories and companies export their patents and products and face the challenge of growing global competition from large systems integrators, low-cost software development and new players in embedded systems. SPR and its partners have considerable experience in EU projects and networks. SPR is currently involved in an Interreg IVB project on digital security.
• LEAD partner
• Support in the management of the other WPs
• Leader of WP5 measures towards the implementation of the JAP
• Responsible for managing contacts with the EU